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1980 - Refit (Southampton)

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1980 - Refit (Southampton)

Post  CAP on Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:08 pm

Took place between 16 November & 1 December.

I have no further details, so please add to the thread. I particularly would like to know if this was a wet or dry-dock refit.

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Re: 1980 - Refit (Southampton)

Post  Brian_O on Sun Oct 31, 2010 12:19 am

CAP wrote:Took place between 16 November & 1 December.

I
have no further details, so please add to the thread. I particularly
would like to know if this was a wet or dry-dock refit.

This was the rfit where the boot-topping was repainted red after 2
years on being pale blue. The underwater hill remained blue for a
few more years.

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